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Old stagecoach stop! The views! One acre in Montana. Circa 1914. $159,500

November 14, 2018

Those views! That river! This would be fun to own and it was originally a stagecoach stop. Built in 1914. Located on .99 acres in Ovando, Montana. The property is located across the road from the iconic Blackfoot River. Surrounded by Ponderosa pines and lilac bushes, and the Bob Marshall Wilderness. Four bedrooms, one bathroom, and 2,340 square feet. $159,500

From the Zillow listing:


This century old rustic log home, once the Sperry Grade Stagecoach stop located in Powell County between Ovando and Seeley Lake, exudes the history of a bygone era. Located on .99 acres and surrounded by BLM land, the property is located across the road from the iconic Blackfoot River, just downstream from the junction with Cottonwood Creek. The 2340 square foot home has four bedrooms, one full bath, kitchen, enclosed porch and family room. It is surrounded by century-old ponderosa pines and old-growth lilac bushes. The views are breathtaking. The rustic cabin is a perfect home base for hunting, fishing, hiking, biking, relaxing, as you enjoy easy access to the neighboring Elk Range and to the Bob Marshall Wildnerness area. 45 min to Missoula, 20 minutes to Seeley Lake and 5 to Ovando.

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